5. Akili Museum of Art
Akili Museum of Art is an exhibition space that brings the art collections of Rudy Akili, with the richness of style and artistic approach. Established in 2006, AMA now accommodates the collections of avant-garde young artists from Indonesia, who join the ranks of the world’s leading artists, creating a series of collections that are diverse, at the same time connected to one another. This is where an eclectic platform from classical, realist, experimental and conceptual style met, in various forms and mediums ranging from paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, and the new media.
Mutiara Kedoya, Blok A1-1 JKLM Jakarta
Phone: (021) 581-1212 | (021) 583-01705
6. Bartele’s Gallery
Those interested in the history of Southeast Asia and Indonesia may enjoy a visit to the Bartele Gallery, browsing endless treasure in the drawers and outstanding beauty of antique maps displayed.
Bartele Gallery has a fascinating collection of antique maps, old prints, colonial photographs, historic books and antiques, some over 500 years old! The owner, Bartele Santema has together with the gallery’s curator and map expert, David E. Parry assembled this impressive collection of rare treasures.
The gallery, founded in 2009, is the only dedicated shop in Indonesia where you can buy original antique maps and prints. Even if you’re not looking to buy, the gallery, situated in Kemang Raya is well worth a visit. Antique maps are of great intellectual interest, as well as absorbing and intriguing to look at.
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Jalan M.H. Thamrin, Jakarta
Fb: Antique Maps & Prints of Indonesia
ArtSphere is a distinct gallery that serves as a hub for artists, collectors, curators, art lovers, and art associates. It provides space for Artists to present their artworks to the public.
The highlight of ArtSphere is modern, contemporary artworks from young emerging Indonesian and foreign talents. Yet, it also showcases some of the older generations of modern Artists.
Kemang Icon, Jl.Kemang Raya No.1 Unit 2, Jakarta
Phone: 021 719971
8. Ruci Artspace
RUCI artspace, that shares a building with a coffee shop and restaurant downstairs, exhibits a variety of mediums of expressions, which includes new media, painting, photography, sculpture, video and others. It is a one stop space for art lovers and good food & coffee!
Jl. Suryo No.49, Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta 12180
Phone: +62 812-1010-3374
Hours: Sunday – Thursday 10am – 10pm; Friday – Saturday 10am – 12am
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